Method: Give your nose a hug
So, no one really loves doing dishes, right?
I know it isn’t a chore than I jump for glee over, but it is a reality. Because I am the last person on earth who doesn’t own a dishwasher, my choice in dish soap is really important. After all, not only are my hands going to be soaking in the product, it’s also going to touch the dishes and utensils that my family eat with. Pretty serious stuff.
Aside from being effective and smelling completely delicious, Method’s dish pump is also free of phthalates. How awesome is that?
I’ve made a conscious effort this year to try to switch out our chemical-laden household products with safer, more natural choices, so Method products have been a lifesaver.
Some info on phthalates
Method specifically excludes phthalates from its formulas and chooses packaging materials that do not contain phthalates. So you can be sure that none of these sneaky chemicals will find their way into your home from any of Method’s products. Phthalates are softeners used in the process of manufacturing plastic, and they’ve been found to disrupt a person’s endocrine system functions. Instead of using potentially harmful chemicals, Method’s dish cleaners include derivatives from coconut oil, aloe vera, and purified water. And Method’s natural dish formula comes in a pump design for squirting directly into the sink or onto the sponge, minus the drippy mess.
Can I just point out that I also just love the design and functionality of Method’s pump bottles? I love the dish pump as much as I do the laundry pump. It is so fun to pump a little soap right on to the sponge, or into the water. Such a clever design!
Facebook quiz and sweepsatakes: Scents-ability test
Are you a sweet clementine? Or are you feisty like sea salt + lime? Take a dishy personality test (and invite your readers) on Method’s Facebook page to find out your signature fragrance, and enter a sweepstakes to win a year’s supply of Method dish soap at the same time. Residents in the US and Canada (excluding Quebec, désolé!) are eligible to enter once through the Sweepstakes app on Method’s Facebook page. Contest is open from July 10 to August 6.
I am a compensated Method Maven. Opinions are my own.
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